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I have a 1995 Toyota Camry that's having problems turning over when I am trying to start the car. Everything else works fine. Could I need a new starter?

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Brandy Schaffels, Editor at AskPatty.com, Inc. You don't mention how many miles are on your 1995 Toyota Camry. According to our research, if your Camry is having trouble getting started, and you've already checked the battery charge and cable connection, the next most common problem is the starter, which tends to fail around 100,00-125,000 miles. You may only need to replace the starter solenoid contacts, or you may need to replace the entire starter assembly. For additional assistance, please find an AskPatty Certified Repair Shop at http://www.askpatty.com/search/?type=all&m=30&q=&keyword= and they can help you diagnose and repair the problem.

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